5 concept smartphones which may become a reality soon

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Smartphones have come a long way from when it was first introduced in the world. As such smartphones have advanced in terms of design and functionalities and if you look at the market now there are phones to suit almost all tastes. But sometimes you might have wished for something more or you felt that there should be a unique feature that your device should feature. While few phones out there have been made with a bit more creativity, the design world does think that they are sometimes not good enough.

5 concept smartphones which may become a reality soon

 

As a result if you browse through the internet you are often treated to some creative ideas (well in terms of smartphone design) that are yet to transition from concept to product. In some cases the tech design and ideas seem just too crazy, but some are getting quite close to the real deal.

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Having said that, we have done some digging on the internet looking for some of the top smartphone concepts. So below are seven cool concept phones that are soon going to become a reality in the coming days.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Samsung Galaxy Note 9

YouTube channel Science and Knowledge has come up with Samsung Galaxy Note 9 concept phone and the device sports both a notch and an in-display fingerprint scanner which may be the Synaptics technology, or some proprietary Samsung tech.

The smartphone also features an iPhone X like display further having a narrow format with curved sides and glass at the back.

Flip iPhone

Flip iPhone

While we are generally used to seeing an iPhone with a block design, well folks oat CURVED/labs have now imagined an iPhone with a flip design. Talk about taking it to the newxt level. Well, the concept renders show a flip iPhone with dual screen and a futuristic keypad.

Nokia N80
 

Nokia N80

Reimagined and designed by Michael Muleba, Nokia N80 gets a dual display, dual Kodak cameras and comes with one of the slimmest sliders ever. The Nokia N80 was pretty popular when it came out in 2006.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+

Well, we might have to wait for too long as Samsung is gearing up to announce its new flagships soon. But as we near the launch day, concepts of the smartphone are appearing online and it kind of looks better than the real thing. DBS Designing has now revealed its take on the future Samsung flagship and it looks quite impressive with trimmed down and slim form factor.

OnePlus 6

OnePlus 6

OnePlus has already created a huge stir in the smartphone market. While we may have some time before the next device from the company, OnePlus 6 concepts have emerged online.

The renders have been created by Alexandr Klepitskiy and his concept phone has got rid of all edges or bezels at the front. This looks like a truly desirable handset.

 

Google Pixel 3

Google Pixel 3

Google Pixel 3 as been envisioned by Concept Creator and it looks pretty vivid with bright colors. The design seems to be rather appealing with slim form factor, rounded corners and a massive screen with no notch.

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Xiaomi Mi 7

Xiaomi Mi 7

Xiaomi is expected to take the wraps off the Mi 7 in the market soon. However, the smartphone has been subjected to leaks and rumors as well as concept design have even emerged for a long time now. That being said, Xiaomi Mi 7 is said to come with high end design along with top features like glass body, wireless charging, AI, dual cameras and a lot more.

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